John Brunelle

Scientific Computing Associate

John joined Harvard in 2008 as a Software Engineer for Research Computing in the Physical Sciences. He received a M.A. in Physics from Boston University in 2007 and has developed software for high-energy physics experiments at both the Tevatron and the Large Hadron Collider. John's current responsibilities include software engineering for scientific applications, high performance cluster and petascale storage administration, and operation of Harvard's contribution to U.S. ATLAS grid computing.

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